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mark: good morning, everyone. the bank sure to be crowded at lunchtime today as we experience these warmer temperatures. a lot of folks dining outside. good morning, thank you for joining us i' m mark hayes. , i' m kyla woods. kyla: in for lisa cooney. it looks nice already. are they serving breakfast? randi: i don' t think the grill opens until 10:00 or 11:00. it looks like today is it great time to get outside, even if it is just for your lunch break. we' re going to be once again up toward 70 degrees. and even this morning, temperatures are not cold. most places in the upper 50' s. 59 officially at cvg. walton, 59. 61 in dry ridge. 56 in love lead. a couple of 60' s in southeastern indiana.
this afternoon will not be as warm as yesterday where we saw a high of 70 or. that is because we have way more cloud cover today. you can see on the radar, clouds in place. rain for indianapolis. much of the rain will stay back toward indy, but occasionally, southeastern indiana, north of 74, yet the transfer passing shower through the day. -- you have the chance for a passing shower through the day. as far as the highs go, you will see areas that are seeing rain are stuck in the 60' s. 62 in indianapolis. we will make it to 70 once again. read the and cloudy. the breakdown for today, mild, 50 nine degrees. lunchtime, 67. we will top out near 70. town. a chance ramp supper everyone toward midnight tonight with a
enjoy today because tomorrow, we will not have a perfect lunchtime. i will take a look at that forecast in a couple of minutes. kyla: things are clear on this wednesday. if you' re getting ready to head outside, this is pretty much what you will see along 74 for the western communities. 74, you can see no problems for you at montana used that is the case toward the 75 interchange. 71 at victory parkway, you are clear northbound and southbound. we are hard-pressed to find any issues. a few construction projects, but nothing taking any lanes out at this hour. 75 at clifton, looking good, decent speeds. you do not need any extra time right now. we will continue to keep you updated. mark: a big night for bernie sanders who beat hillary clinton in the big state of michigan.
sanders when is considered a major upset, but clinton was able to win mississippi. >> i am proud of the campaign that senator sanders and i are running. we have our differences, which you can see when we debate, but i will tell you what, those differences pale in comparison to what is happening on the republican side. mark: that was hillary clinton speaking in cleveland. her husband will be in ohio. he is headed to columbus and then will visit dayton before the ohio primary next week. kyla: for the republicans, another big day for donald trump. he won in three states on tuesday, michigan, mississippi, and her way. ted cruz got the victory in idaho and continues to stay close to donald trump. >> at this point, they'
plausible path, donald trump in me. both of us have over 300 delegates. everyone else is way, way, way below us. >> we started off with 17, down to four. of the four, they' re pretty much all done, ok? they did do not -- they did not do so well tonight. there' s only one person who did well tonight, donald trump. kyla: here' s a look at what is ahead, next week primaries will be held in five states -- ohio, florida, illinois, missouri, and north carolina. those primaries are now less than a week away. mark: the clock is ticking to find enough pull workers before the vote. andrew setters has a live look at what is to happen before the primary. andrew: next tuesday could be pretty super here, the hamilton board of elections, still need coal workers to come out. a lot of people will be out voting.
turnout for the polls in ohio next week. if you have ever considered being a poll worker, now' s your chance. the board looking for about 100 republican and 100 democratic poll workers. it takes about four hours of training to learn how to do it. there is still time to sign up to help out. they' re trying to be flexible with training session availability. the campaigns are doing what they can to try to guarantee big results. including former president bill clinton coming to ohio today, campaigning for hillary in dayton collapse. bernie sanders has opened up a cincinnati campaign headquarters, planning -- planting a flag. just up the road from our governor john kasich will be making a stop at sharonville on saturday. time is getting tight. the candidates and campaigns are coming to ohio in a big way. the countdown is on 20 house
next week. mark: our political coverage continues on the wlwt mobile news apple. you can find the latest headlines leading up to the primaries, just look under the politics section of our news tab. still trying to heal from last week school shooting. kyla: a foreign takes place for parents to discuss safety -- a forum takes place for ps2 discuss safety. dan: those forms involving parents and students in madison township start tonight after the school shooting last week were four students were injured. school leaders will invite various groups to talk about how school should move forward. they want to give the community a chance to share input. junior and senior high school students will be invited to the forum tonight at 6:00 p.m. -- that is her parents, rather. elementary school parents are invited to a similar forum tomorrow night at 6:00.
and law enforcement to discuss their concern. austin hancock remains in joe post of to the 14-year-old boys have been charged with not reporting that hancock had a gun. mark: a six greater facing charges after postings of holding a gun during an argument online with a classmate. apparently alerted police to the post. the gun turned out to be an airsoft gun but investigators say students and parents did the right thing. >> it was an immature disagreement for the age that we' re dealing with. it' s definitely something that we' d like to not have these situations, but these situations give us an opportunity to remind parents to know what your kid' s doing. mark: the student faces one count of inducing panic. he could also be suspended or expelled from west clermont
kyla: last month, tristan lacy pleaded guilty to aggravated begin our homicide. in the summer come he crashed on beckett ridge boulevard and 18-year-old mark valentine was killed in the crash. lacy admitted he had been drinking before he got behind the wheel. he faces between two to eight years in prison. mark: multiple agencies investigating the cause of a deadly house fire in aurora after hours of searching on tuesday, fire crews eventually pulled a woman' s body from the house. the woman was one of three people inside when the flames her son was able to make it out we' re told the fire spread situation. >> i went outside to hose it down, by the time i got back, i cannot even get back in the smoke. mark: part of the house may be torn down so it does not collapse. the woman who made it out of the
mourning icon. kyla: the sad music -- taking a look outside for your cross the queen city, looks really beautiful. we' re up for another nice day. randi tells us not as nice as yesterday, but still a decent day. randi: more clouds today. we will not be pushing 75, but still looking for 70. right now temperatures starting out in many spots, upper 50' s, close to 60. 61 in delhi. you' ll notice more clouds when you head out the door. the wind we had yesterday is still in place today, so breezy and milder the afternoon with cloudy skies. a small chance for a shout -- shower. that her chances for everyone tomorrow. we will take a look at the timeline when we come back.
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mark: good morning, everyone, and welcome back. kevin out this morning with a shot at the bridge as you get up and get morning -- moving, beautiful morning to be outside. temperatures in the upper 50' s. kyla: look at the joggers on the bridge. i know you did not get yours in this morning. mark: we will get it in later. kyla: it is a nice morning for the job. we are seeing clear conditions.
if you' re hopping out the door and heading across the river, you should be good to go. elsewhere, clear conditions as well. 471 at 275, hopping northbound onto 471 through northern kentucky, things look good. heading into eastern communities along 270 five, no problems there, either. 64 miles lower, so we dipped a little bit in the last hour along 471, but the speed look pretty fantastic. five minutes up toward the daniel carter beard bridge and just excellent conditions northbound and southbound. you will see them toward the daniel carter beard bridge, things getting heavy on the northbound side. no longer dealing with a very light volume we saw over the last hour or so. now is when you start needing the extra time over the next 30 minutes. we will keep it covered for you. mark: thank you. checking today' s headlines, the man often called the fifth beatle has passed away. sir george martin has died. he was the beatles producer and arranger who supervised many of the band'
along the way, martin earned six grammy awards and a place in the rock and roll hall of fame. paul mccartney reacted to the news this morning saying martin was like second father to him. george martin was 90-years-old. the body of former first lady nancy reagan will lie in repose today. her remains were taken on sunday from her los angeles home to the ronald reagan presidential library. that' s where she will lie in repose for two days before her funeral on friday. the widow of president ronald reagan died sunday morning of congestive heart failure. she was 94. new video of a total solar eclipse from one of indonesia' s eastern islands. this timelapse captures the scene many saw as they watched from a beach. a solar eclipse happens when the moon casts a shadow on the earth as it passes between the earth and the sun. there' s another presidential debate scheduled for tonight. it'
hillary clinton will meet in miami in a debate moderated by reporters from univision and the washington post. it' s their second showdown in four days. kyla: new this morning, notre dame is bringing together vice president joe biden and former speaker of the house john boehner. the university is presenting the politicians with its top award, the laetare medal. notre dame says biden and boehner are being recognized for their leadership, civility, and dedication to the nation. they will be honored at the university' s upcoming commencement ceremonies. a facebook video posted by kentucky governor matt bevin is getting thousands of views. mark: the video is a reminder that kentucky' s house has just 17 days to pass a budget. >> it is 11:00 on a monday and there' s nobody in here. kyla: governor matt bevin walked into an empty house chamber on complaining the democratic monday, controlled house still has not passed a budget. house democrats fired back posting on their own facebook page that leaders were busy working on the transportation budget at the time.
m not a big fan of social media stuff, so we' ll accomplish it as we always have, in a timely fashion, and we' ll present the governor with a balanced budget. kyla: the house leadership also says they do not traditionally convene until 4:00 on monday afternoons to allow lawmakers from across kentucky to make it to the capitol. the governor' s post has been viewed more than 750,000 times on facebook. facebook war, politicians. is that what is happening here? mark: it seems like it. lizzy what is coming our way. randi: yesterday, the warmest day of the year so far, 74. if you' re looking for a repeat, we will be close, but not quite there. 70 this afternoon. temperature-wise, pretty good, but expect more clouds today and rain is on the way by tonight. the good news, even after the rain clears and temperatures drop, we are so warm that we will still be above average as
weekend. looking at the wlwt radar, you can see the clouds that rolled in over night. scattered rain showers all across indiana slowly working for the north and east. as we had through the day, if you' re to the west of downtown cincinnati, you have the potential to maybe see a passing shower. i think we have a window of opportunity late morning through about lunchtime. heading into the evening hours, the rain chances ramp up as the steadier rain moves in our direction and everybody will get hit with that later on tonight. right now, cloudy skies this morning, but mild temperatures. 59 at cvg, 56 in springboro. 61 in dry ridge, kentucky. through the afternoon, we should s. outside. 67. 3:00, cloudy, 70. by 6:00, 68.
of town possibly in the evening. closer to midnight tonight, that is when the rain becomes far more likely for us. you can see a passing shower possible late morning, areas north of 74 and southeastern indiana. generally, cloudy skies. getting into the evening, 8:00 with the study area of rain in indianapolis moving in our direction. toward midnight, here comes the steadier rain, expected the day tomorrow. for the morning rush tomorrow, expect rain, possibly have yet times. lunchtime tomorrow, same deal as the kids get off the bus, still raining. most of the extreme southeastern communities may see more dry weather tomorrow. generally, a soaker. we will watch the back edge of the rain move through by about midnight tomorrow night. about 24 hours, the entirety of the day on thursday, you may have the chance for that rain. should be gone early friday morning.
a spotty showers chance west of town. tonight, 58. rain rolls in for everybody, but temperatures stay mild. tomorrow is a soaker, off and on rain through the afternoon and evening. then a cold front, so the temperatures take a bit of a dive on friday, but 63 and sunday -- sunny is not a bad way to start the weekend. for the weekend, scattered rain showers on saturday, probably the better day to get outside. right now sunday looks like steady rain. if you are participating in the heart mini, plan on running in the rain. saturday night into sunday kyla: thank you. live tv. who this reporter is crediting with saving his life. mark: walking away in his prime. the nfl star calling it a career and leaving millions of dollars
mark: good morning and welcome back. 59 degrees outside as we take a live look, things moving nicely so far. kyla: we will check in now with the lady who is a look at the big picture, india jones. how are the roads moving so far? india: we have no accidents, just starting to see traffic slow down a bit. we want to talk about some
morning on pete rose way between central avenue and rose street. friday in p.m. this afternoon. here' s a look at 275 at loveland madeira, starting to pick up heading northbound. southbound not doing too bad, we' re starting to see, traffic starting to slow down a bit in some areas on the 275 loop. mark: it looks like the rumors are true and another nfl superstar is calling it a career. detroit' s calvin johnson has filed retirement papers with the nfl. he' s the most prolific receiver in lions history, and at 30-years-old, he is cutting his career short. reports say johnson made the decision in part because of the toll on his body. a familiar buzz at spring training for the kansas city royals. a swarm of bees held up the royals' spring-training game against the colorado rockies. lucky for the royals, there was
stands and he helped get the bees off the field. exactly one year ago, the royals had another spring-training game briefly delayed because of a swarm of bees. that is nothing to play with. kyla: definitely situation, but a much more situation for a local news reporter in california. he was almost run over while doing a live report. >> and obviously, it was a chaotic and confusing situation. kyla: that reporter says he was saved by his cameraman who yelled, "get out of the way." police say the driver was involved in a crash just before this happened. and instead of hitting the brakes, she hit the gas. goodness. mark: scary stuff. think it is the photographer was paying attention. kyla: a lot of teamwork in the field. our photographers really look out for us, singings that we cannot see. glad he was ok.
randi: temperatures, many towns already at 60 degrees. we will make it up to 70 today. i do not think we will push mid 70' sunshine. it will be mild. forecast for the afternoon, starting around lunchtime today, breezy, mild, 67 degrees. it will be cloudy, but still looking at 70 or so for the high midafternoon. by the time we did a 6:00 this evening, 68. i left in a small rain chance to the west, mainly for southeastern indiana. if you' re out late tonight, 10:00 to midnight, that is when the steadier rain will start to move in our direction. tomorrow looks like a soaker. if you want to get outside, i would recommend today. friday looks nice. sunshine and 63. scattered rain on saturday. steadier rain on sunday. next week and the ohio primary, should be a great day to get out and vote. mark: thank you.
kyla: a westchester teen in court after a deadly drunk driving crash. the sentence you could face. mark: it is being called super tuesday part two, dickey wins last night and the impact on the candidates -- the key wins last night and the impact on the candidates. kyla: what kasich is saying with the ohio primaries just days away. >> him cincinnati' s wlwt , leading the way this is wlwt , news 5 today. mark: say it ain' t so, a beautiful start your wednesday, 59 degrees as we take a live look through our citycam. good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us. i' m mark hayes. kyla: and i' m kyla woods, in for lisa cooney. let' s get a check with meteorologist randi rico. another nice day. randi: not a repeat of yesterday, but a really nice one ahead. you will notice more clients through the day. they are already in place early this morning. look over toward indianapolis,
in southeastern indiana, you have a chance for a passing sprinkle today. for most of us, should be starting up close to 60 degrees. 59 at cvg. 60 in batesville, indiana. kentucky. another mild start to the day. it will be breezy, just like yesterday. more clouds around. 70 is the high. yesterday we hit 74. with the clouds in place, we bring it down a little bit. tonight, 58. 70 is still 20 degrees above normal for this time of year, and we will continue to see temperatures on the warm side all the way through the coming week. today, 8:00 a.m., 56. at noon, breezy, mild, cloudy, 67. scattered rain is a possibility through the afternoon west of town, but for most of us, pushing 70. the rain chances ramp up for everyone closer to midnight tonight. we will take a look at the time line in a couple of seconds.
decent start as far as the morning commute. here' s a look on the northwest corner of 275 near the 75 interchange. you can see traffic picking up, but not really sing in a brake lights. no significant delays. travel times, probably will pick up a couple of minutes as they do around this time of the morning. you will start to need the extra time, but not in great numbers. 71 have 75, picking up northbound at calls lane. nothing out of the ordinary -- 71-75, picking up north down at kyles lane, nothing out of the ordinary. we will keep a close eye on it for you. no big problems waiting for you as you head outside. mark: it could be an emotional day in court, as a west chester teen is sentenced in a deadly crash that killed his friend. wlwt news 5' s dan griffin is leading with how the parents hope other teens learn from this tragedy. dan: 18-year-old tristan lacey set to face a judge this morning
the last time we saw him in court, he had a bible and wearing a cross around his neck will stop it was back in late december when investigators say lacey was driving his car drunk on beckett ridge boulevard in west chester. his blood alcohol level .106. police say he was speeding, lost control, and crashed the car, killing his friend 18-year-old mark valentine. valentine was in the backseat. parents on both sides of this case want teens to learn from this case and to stop and think before they ever get behind the wheel after jerking. lazy could face anywhere up to -- lacey could face up to 18 years in jail. kyla: the first of several forms to continue the healing passes after the shooting at madison, junior-senior high school. the superintendent is organizing these foreign and working with the butler county sheriff' s department and wants to talk about moving forward with safety, security, and support. tonight' s form get started at
mark: parkers respond to a fire in kerry washington about 2:00 this morning -- firefighters respond to a fire about 2:00 this morning. no injuries and no word of the extent of the damage. new details surrounding a swat standoff in reading that ended with a 35-year-old man in jail and a 10-month-old baby in the hospital. the baby was released from children' s hospital yesterday. according to court documents, he was practicing walking with his mother when the boyfriend neal , royal, got mad and shoved him down and then smacked him on the mouth. royal then held the mother and her two sons at gunpoint before they were able to get away and call police. royal has been charged with kidnapping and felony assault. kyla: a missing local mother and her 22-month-old son haven' t found according to kallie carnes mother. she tells wlwt they have been sound -- downstate in gainesville, florida, and not with joshua craft who have pleaded guilty to assaulting the
this comes just a day after the boys father was granted an emergency temporary custody order of his son. >> trying to put out an amber alert, but they did grant me custody today. kyla: and officers traveling to florida to confirm the two are ok. and in the search will be called off. the warren county sheriff' s office is not confirming or denying the two were found. mark: secret service agent arrested. a former marine, kyle odom, suspected of the shooting that happened, the victim was a pastor, happen the day after he led a prayer at a campaign rally for republican presidential candidate ted cruz. police say odom was taken at custody tuesday after he allegedly threw items over the fence at the white house. >> initial reports indicate he had to run several items over the fence of the white house.
receiving is those included some flash drives along with some other unknown items. mark: investigators say the suspect wrote a manifesto listing more than a dozen u.s. lawmakers. officials are not certain how the 30-year-old suspect got to washington, but police say there were able to determine he had boarded a flight at the boise airport sometime on monday. pastor tim remington shot six times on sunday outside his church in idaho has regained conscious says and is talking with his family. commitment 2016 is, surprise on super tuesday part two. bernie sanders upset hillary clinton in michigan, while republican donald trump had another big night. kyla: nikole killion has the results. nikole: bernie sanders was not expected to win michigan, but he did. mr. sanders: i just want to take this opportunity to thank michigan who repudiated in the polls, who created the rush
nikole: dominated the mississippi. >> i am proud of the running. >> every single person that has attacked me has gone down. nikole: ted cruz to idaho. >> we are closing the gap. nikole: the fight is on for the next contest in one week. >> we are going to win the state of ohio. nikole: john kasich hopes to prevail in his home state while marco rubio tries to defend last stand. >> it always comes down to florida, doesn' t it? nikole: missouri, illinois, north carolina will also vote next tuesday. before that, they will debate again with democrats going tomorrow. in washington, nikole killion. kyla: john kasich was in columbus last night as the
michigan and mississippi. he finished third in both states, but says his message is getting through to voters. >> so i think the people are beginning to reward a positive campaign. one that they say to their children, this is the way to conduct your self in politics. see that. kyla: recent polls have john kasich trailing donald trump in ohio. ohio primaries just days away. mark: andrew setters tells us how the state is preparing for our own super tuesday. andrew: good morning. record numbers of voters could come out in ohio this campaign season which has been very large turnouts all over the place and they need more poll workers at the hamilton county board of elections. time is running out to man the polling locations. the board of elections has been training poll workers leading up to next tuesday, but are still short.
they will need to go through four hours of training the next few days to get ready for election day next tuesday. we have contested races on both sides of the presidential fight with the nomination very much in doubt. that is why the campaigns are pulling out all of the stops computing ohio heart, bill clinton has campaign stops in dayton and columbus today. bernie sanders coming off the win last and in michigan, opening a campaign office in cincinnati last night. donald trump. on saturday and john kasich will be stopping in sharonville on saturday as well. he has called ohio his firewall, very important for his campaign. early voting is already underway. a lot of ohio voters have already because their ballots, about one hundred 70,000 people across the state have turned them in and nearly that many more have requested absentee ballots to turn them in before election day. andrew setters, wlwt news 5. mark: our political coverage
headlines leading up to the primary. look under the politics section of our news tab. kyla: still a little away from spring, but it will feel likes bring again today. randi: temperatures even this morning not bad. wilmington, 54. hamilton, 61. 57 near kenwood at the st. things are looking at to start the day. clouds around, work outs than breeze. as he gets wind of the best up, most places in the upper 50' s to around 60. some long since or sweatshirt and they should be good to go. something they can kill off because by recess, short sleeves will be -- can peel off because by recess, sure things will be just fine. work house, a warm afternoon. her most of us, drive. there is one part of town that is the a shower. and everybody gets a sober tomorrow. i will look of the rain coming our way and a couple of minutes.
a big day for the bengals. the impact on the teams as free agency begins today. kyla: a young man who is inspired thousands, why he needs our help facing a new challenge. mark: we take a live look outside for you this morning at great american tower, just 20 minutes before 7:00, 59 degrees. thank you to our photographer with that gorgeous shot. get up and get moving. you are waking up with wlwt to bring you wendy' s north pacific cod sandwich we send guys like this... on boats like these... in weather like this... all the way up here... for wild caught fish like this... that we panko bread like this... for a sandwich that' s light, crispy and crunchy.
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like a welcome back. volunteers are headed to the mitchell memorial forest in miami township to clear the path on a mountain bike trail. rei is sending 30 volunteers to clear plants and work on the trail surface. the mountain bike trail stretches more than eight miles at the mitchell memorial forest. mark: checking on the bengals now with nfl free agency starting today. several key players will be able to test the market, including corner backs adam jones and leon hall, wide receivers mohammed sanu and marvin jones, and offensive tackle andre smith. team leaders have said they will attempt to re-sign certain players and they will fill other holes through the draft and with backup players. march madness has arrived in southwest ohio with this tournament tradition in dayton. crews are installing a new floor at u.d. arena for this year' s first four games. dayton is again home to the games, which kick off the men' s basketball championship. we are now less than a week away from march madness tipping-off.
basketball team is waking up in new york city. kyla: the big east tournament tips off tonight and xavier will be in action tomorrow. before the game arrives, the players are staying busy in new york. this is jalen reynolds giving food to a homeless man. xavier says this is a tradition for jalen and he started it two years ago after x joined the big east. mark: jalen and his teammates will get back on the court tomorrow. they are taking on the winner of the saint johns marquette game. - xavier' s tournament opener is set for 7:00 tomorrow night at madison square garden. introduced you to last spring is now facing a new challenge. 19-year-old logan brinson has an undiagnosed chromosome disorder. he has spent the last year being an engaging part of the community and touring as an elvis impersonator. last week, some medical challenges put him in the hospital, and now he is on life s support, thanks to facebook.
this amazing way of making us realize that the world is watching and praying and believing. and sometimes when you can' t find that within yourself, you' re able to draw on that from kyla: absolutely. that is when social media is at its best. the page is called the amazing world of logan. it has nearly 800 followers since starting days ago. we had a link on our website wlwt.com. mark: creating art for a good cause. teams of engineers, architects and designers from local firms , and universities went to work building unique sculptures you will see around town. this competition is called canstruction, because the designs are made entirely out of canned food. the canned foods will be donated to the freestore foodbank. the displays will stay up through march 27. the winners will go on to compete in the international
kyla: that is when it gets real, when things get serious. let' s check in with india jones. if you brake lights. india: we are starting to slow down a bit on 71-75 north down as well as for 71. looking at the travel times, 75 from 129 to the norwood lateral, 17 minutes. 25 minutes on 275 from the ronald reagan to cvg, maybe heading to the airport. not that bad on that side of the loop. 21 minutes on 71-75 from the split into downtown. cut-in-the-hill, you can see brake lights north down, so extra time is needed on 71-75. let' s send it over to randi rico. i' m thinking another ice cream they with warm temperatures. randi: i am cool with ice cream 365 days a year, but it is appropriate to go and check out your local ice cream store in the afternoon with two meters well above normal.
s high, 70, pretty close to that tomorrow. a little dip into the weekend. take a look at the radar this morning. we have cloudy skies for everybody. that is one big change from yesterday. tons of sunshine, 74 yesterday. today, more clouds, was in a 70. a little breezy. looking through indiana, a couple of light scattered showers outside indy. west of downtown cincinnati, specifically through southeastern indiana, you may see a passing sprinkle through the day. you can see that moisture right now. morning. very pretty horizon, 59 degrees currently, winds out of the south at 12 miles per hour. looking at the planner today, it :00 in the morning, 56. lunchtime, 67. to the afternoon, the threat for a shower will be there, typically west of cincinnati.
temperature-wise, good to go. possibility for a lunchtime. cincinnati. through the afternoon, i would expect rain showers to work in our direction with the study midnight tonight. that is when the heavier rain re stuck forecast. for the morning rush tomorrow, some areas will see jesus rainfall, getting to lunchtime, -- some areas will see a steady rainfall, getting to lunchtime. but the time the kids get out of school or for the evening rush, parts of town sing moderate rain. could see an inch to an inch and half total tomorrow before he moves out in the very early morning hours on friday. eventually, sunshine by friday afternoon. today, 70, breezy and mild, spotty rain chances are there. tonight, 58. a mild night as steadier rain moves in. tomorrow, a soggy thursday.
63, which seems cold impaired to the next evidence, but still 13 degrees above normal. saturday, spotty showers, not too bad. sunday, steady rain including for the heartmini. you also lose that hour of sleep saturday night into sunday morning as we spring forward. kyla: thank you for the reminder. an update on a missing mother and child. mark: new information from a family member a week after the two what missing. kyla: presidential candidate celebrating this morning, the surprising when from super tuesday part two and the preparations for the ohio primaries. mark: taking a live look -- what a gorgeous shot of the sunrise over downtown cincinnati. kyla: that is beautiful. like on candy. gorgeous. like a picture being painted across the sky.
mark: welcome back. checking the top 5 stories of the morning, a west chester teen will be sentenced in a deadly crash that killed his friend. kyla: wlwt news 5' s dan griffin has the latest. dan: 18-year-old tristan lacey expected to face a judge in butler county this morning in this very emotional case. investigators say last december
, on beckett ridge boulevard in west chester. police say he was speeding, lost control and crashed the car, killing his friend and passenger 18-year-old mark valentine. valentine was in the backseat. parents on both sides of this case want teens to learn from this story and to stop and think before they do anything similar. we' ll hear the judge' s take later. lazy pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicular homicide last month. he could face up to eight years. dan griffin, wlwt news 5. mark: four states wrap up their primaries and caucuses in a super tuesday part 2. bernie sanders wins the critical battleground state of michigan, a sharp blow to hillary clinton. however, clinton did pull off a win in mississippi. on the republican side, candidate donald trump is another big winner, taking the republican primaries in mississippi and michigan and dominating in hawaii' s caucuses. ted cruz pulled out a win in idaho. the next round of contests will include the ohio primary. wlwt news 5'
live with a look at the preparations before voters head to the polls. andrew: good morning. while the candidates fight it out for the votes, they need more poll workers and time is running out. if the primaries and caucuses in other states are any indication, hamilton county could see huge voter turnout. contested races on both sides of the presidential fight our drawing a lot of interest. but election day doesn' t happen without people to work the poll workers. the hamilton county board of elections is training poll workers this week to work next week, and they' re still looking for 100 democratic party workers and 100 on the republican side, too. today we' ll see former president bill clinton in dayton and columbus. rival bernie sanders has now open up a campaign headquarters in downtown cincinnati. donald trump is heading to vandalia on saturday, just up the road from where governor
stop in sharonville on saturday. poll workers are needed. campaigns are heating up. those poll worker classes are offering a variety of times to bring it has been a people as possible. andrew setters, wlwt news 5. kyla: happening today, madison junior/senior high school will host a forum for parents. this after a school shooting there last week where two students were shot and two others injured. the butler county sheriff' s department and other emergency personnel will also be at today' s meeting. at the forum, school officials hope to discuss safety, security, and support as they move forward. the meeting will begin at 6:00 tonight in the school auditorium. mark: a missing local mother and her 22-month-old son have been found according to kallie carnes' mother. erica rock tells us the two have been found safe in gainesville, florida, and that they were not with joshua craft. there was concern craft was with the two, especially after he pleaded guilty to assaulting the toddler last month. the warren county sheriff' s office is not confirming or denying the two were found.
randi: i think you' ll like the forecast today, not as perfect as yesterday, but a decent one. near 70 this afternoon, more clouds, still kind of breezy. we have a chance for some spotty rain to the west. generally, anywhere west of the 75 corridor, you could see a sprinkle this morning. more likely to see a scattered showers through southeastern indiana. take a look, rain rolling through indianapolis and a couple of spreckels possible for us as well. a far better need for the umbrella tomorrow. ray will role in study by about midnight tonight and stick with us throughout the day on thursday. is a cold front, but the temperatures follow little friday. 63 and sunny on a friday is not bad. still way above normal. a soggy forecast for the weekend, spotty on saturday, sunday a soaker and wake up on
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